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by Sound Masters
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General Motors celebrates production of 50 millionth automobile with a parade through Flint, Michigan.
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Topic: Car culture: Ceremonies
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by Myers (David)
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San Francisco teenage gangs and the unfriendly world they inhabit.
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Topics: San Francisco: Juvenile delinquents, Teenagers, Juvenile delinquency
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by Interlude Films
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A group of children, all wearing ape masks, rides their bicycles to the park for a picnic. Along the way, all but one are eliminated for violating basic bike safety rules. This strange film was narrated by Edward Everett Horton. Script and Direction: Dale Jennings. Photography: Max Hutto. Art Direction: Ralph Hulett. With Dick Hutto, Janice Powell, Lucie Hagens, Ralph Hulett, Clyde L. Johnson, Dave Hembree, Colleen Hutto, Charles Hagens, Kevin Lindsay, Dan Whitehead, Don Moody, Diane Chambers,...
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Topics: Bicycles, Safety: Bicycle, Animals: Apes
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by Handy (Jam) Organization
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A mid-century tribute to the automobile and its importance in American life and the economy.
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Topics: Automobiles: Economic effects, Car culture: General, Occupations: Automotive
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by Unknown
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Outlaw hotrodders become law-abiding gearheads after a community organizes supervised racing clubs and timing associations.
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Topics: Car culture: Hot rods, Car culture: Youth, Safety: Automotive
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by Coronet Instructional Films
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Uses the story of teens trying to extend the hours of their "Teen Canteen" as a vehicle for explaining customs, moral codes, and laws.
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Topics: Social guidance, Law, Teenagers